Hey guys, how are you doing today and how is your week going? I hope you are doing very well and staying safe. I just wanted to let you guys know that I am officially back on Youtube and in my first video, I explained why I left and some exciting plans I have for …
I remember growing up as a kid and making my own popsicles with plastic cups and spoon. It all started out from leaving my leftover tea (a.k.a milo and milk in a Nigerian home) in the freezer. I would return after it had frozen, turn the cup upside down, pull out the spoon with its contents and munch on the
I am super excited for today’s post because it is just so Christmassy. I love Christmas and apart from the celebration of Jesus’ birth, I love the vibrant colors, decorations, food, and gatherings that come with Christmas. It’s a season filled with love and thanksgiving. It almost makes you forget about your worries from the year and what’s even more exciting, is the new year by the corner as well.
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Wow! it’s been a hot minute. I have been away, haven’t I? Well I haven’t forgotten you all. You know when I’m away, I actually think of you guys and everything I hope to come back with. It’s like a mother buying sweets for her children on her return from the market. In other not to digress, let’s get right into the goodie goodie I have brought for you today.
Hi guys, Today I have prepared this non-alcoholic margaritas for you to enjoy with family and friends. This classic cocktail had to come in its non-alcoholic version which I tried to create here. I hope you like it. The video recipe is down below;
Hi guys, Today I have prepared for you the popular Nigerian Gizdodo with twist. Please click the link below or head over to my Youtube channel to watch the recipe. You don’t want to miss out on this delicious delicacy.
Well today, I decided to bring you one of the simple ways of making Nigerian Coconut Fried Rice. For the meat stock, it is pretty basic. I boiled my chicken using stock cubes, salt, onion powder, curry powder, thyme, ginger, garlic, chilli powder and bay leaves. For my coconut rice, I use coconut milk, coconut flakes and coconut oil most of the time which I think is a great combination. I noticed many people don’t really use coconut flakes but sweetened coconut flakes
Hey family, Today I decided to share with you a classic Nigerian snack which is the classic Nigerian meat pie recipe. You have to be joking if you don’t like Nigerian meat pies. If you’d like to see how to achieve this recipe, then please keep reading or watch the video at the end of …
Hey family, I am so excited writing this post because I have come with me a yummy chocolate coconut banana bread recipe. Wow! What a mouthful to pronounce but trust me this bread is so yummy, you have to try it ASAP. This is just for those ‘once in a while snack on something sweet …